MIRI (March 12): Eight students from the Faculty of Business at Curtin University Malaysia (Curtin Malaysia), who operated the Nescafé Hub Kiosk at Curtin Malaysia last May, were selected for the Nescafé Youth Entrepreneurship Program 2022 University of the “Endorsement SOP” I won the challenge. category.
The students, made up of Shirley Ling, Chou Joon Rong, Marian Davincy David, Ivan Tong, Yeh Chia Yin, Lim Kai Sin and Gan Jing Wen, will compete against 15 other university students in the challenge to win a prize of RM1,500. Earned.
According to the university’s press release, the “Upholding SOP” award recognizes student businesses that have worked hard to ensure adherence to standard operating procedures (SOPs) in all aspects of business operations.
Professor Andreas Gins, Dean of the Faculty of Business, praised students for their exemplary commitment to following the SOP, regardless of the task or situation. He said this served as a model and inspiration for his classmates and the college community at large.
“Winning the ‘Upholding SOP’ award is also a testament to Curtin Malaysia’s commitment to maintaining the highest standards of behavior and performance among its students and staff,” said Mr Zins.
The School of Management is collaborating with Nestle Malaysia on the Nescafé Youth Entrepreneurship Program (NYEP) from May 2022.
By empowering and nurturing college students to develop business operational skills, the NYEP will provide students with the right education through experiential learning to run a Nescafé pop-up store (also known as Nescafé Hub) as an independent business. Promote employment and diversity.
As part of the NYEP, students will have the opportunity to operate a fully equipped pop-up store on campus using start-up funds provided by Nescafé Malaysia. Students attending the NYEP gain hands-on experience in areas such as marketing, supply chain management, and customer service.
Curtin Malaysia’s Nescafé Hub has proven to be very popular with campus students, staff and visitors, offering an affordable and convenient alternative to other on-campus dining options .
A different student group takes turns running the Nescafé Hub each semester, and all students are invited to participate in the program, regardless of the course area. It’s all about instilling business knowledge and an entrepreneurial spirit to empower students to become effective business people.
“Running a pop-up store like Nescafé Hub can be challenging, but we want to give our students hands-on experience, develop important entrepreneurship skills, and build confidence in their abilities. provide a valuable opportunity for learning, which may not be available in a traditional classroom environment.
“I am proud of the outstanding achievements of this student group.
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